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Certain noble plays of Japan / from the manuscripts of Ernest Fenollosa ; chosen and finished by Ezra Pound ; with an introduction by William Butler Yeats

Main Author: Fenollosa, Ernest, 1853-1908
Related Names: Yeats, W. B. 1865-1939, Ujinobu , Zeami 1363-1443, Pound, Ezra 1885-1972
Language(s): English
Published: Churchtown, Dundrum : The Cuala Press, 1916
Subjects:
Japanese drama > Translations into English
Note: "Three hundred and fifty copies of this book have been printed."
Four plays of the "Noh" (spectacles performed at the court of the Shogun); the first three appeared, respectively, in "Poetry," "The Quarterly review," and "The Drama." cf. Introd. and "Notes."
Colophon: Here ends 'Certain noble plays of Japan:' from the manuscripts of Ernest Fenollosa, chosen and finished by Ezra Pound. Printed and published by Elizabeth Corbet Yeats at the Cuala press, Churchtown, Dundrum, in the county of Dublin, Ireland. Finished on the twentieth day of July, in the year of the Sinn Fein rising, nineteen hundred and sixteen
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Physical Description: 2 preliminary leaves, xviii, [3], 48, [3] pages ; 22 cm
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